Cransley, Guest house, B&B in Bournemouth
Property Code 1444
(Single supplement of £15 for a double/twin room.
England South West
The Cransley offers all the quality facilities you should expect of a four star Bed & Breakfast hotel, including comfortable accommodation, great home cooked food, attentive service and real value for money.
|Central Heating||Coastal||Colour TV|
|Direct Dial Telephone||Disabled Access||DVD Player|
|En-Suite Bathrooms||Golf Course(s) Nearby||Hairdryers|
|Internet Access||Laundry Facilities Onsite/Nearby||Linen Supplied|
|Online booking available.||Outdoor Seating Area||Shower|
|Smoking Not Permitted||Tea/Coffee making facilities|| || |
B&B / Guest House Description
Relax in this oasis of elegant charm, set in a gracious tree lined avenue in the attractive and historic East Cliff area of Bournemouth. You will love the warm welcome at our small, country-house style Bed and Breakfast hotel.
You will be close to the heart of Bournemouth, with a variety of interesting shops within easy walking distance. However, you will also be only a ten minute stroll from the award winning beaches – or you might choose to visit the beautiful Knyveton Gardens, a park with tennis, bowls and petanque, right on your doorstep.
The Cransley gives you easy access to all the major road and rail links and is only a short journey from Bournemouth International Airport. We can suggest many local attractions and day trips to enjoy during your stay.
Cransley Dining Room
Bedroom 4 - a cool room, ideal in the heat of Summer
Room 6 overlooking the South facing garden
View from the guest lounge
Bournemouth is famed for its seven mile stretch of golden sands and sheltered waters. Our beaches have won more awards for their cleanliness and safety than any other UK seaside destination. Soft sand slopes gently from the pine clad Chines into the water of one of the most attractive bays on South Coast. The bay offers expansive views, from the Isle of Wight and The Needles in the East to the Isle of Purbeck and Old Harry's Rock to the West.
Within half an hour's drive to the East is the glorious New Forest (Britain's most recent National Park) with its herds of wild deer and the famous New Forest ponies; to the West lies the ancient Kingdom of Wessex, Thomas Hardy country and the famous Jurassic coastline (a World Heritage site). Sightseeing day tours can be pre-booked with pick ups from the Cransley. www.discoverdorset.co.uk
Bournemouth town offers visitors a wide variety of shops and restaurants, parks and sub-tropical gardens. Bournemouth hotels are a perfect base from which to explore the full delights of the area (Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire). Additionally, with great transport links by road or bus you can get around Dorset with ease.
Here are just a few ideas for days out, within a drive time of 10 minutes to 2 hours:
• The New Forest
• Brownsea Island (National Trust)
• Christchurch and the Priory
• Lulworth Cove
• Swanage Railway
• Corfe Castle (National Trust)
• Kingston Lacey (National Trust)
• Monkey World
• The Tank Museum
• Lulworth Castle & Park
• Abbotsbury Swannery
• Compton Acres
• Bournemouth Oceanarium
• Salisbury and Salisbury Cathedral
• Beaulieu House & National Motor Museum
• Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
• Stonehenge (English Heritage)
• Shaftesbury and Gold Hill
Nightly Price: £30.00 to £45.00
Prices are per person per night.
A £25 deposit is required to secure a booking
Please contact advertiser to confirm prices
Contact and Booking InformationWebsite: www.cransley.co.ukLocation: Bournemouth
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We close at 9:30 PM but open seven days a week.
Bournemouth is approximately 2½ hrs from Birmingham, London and Bristol. From London head down to the M3 from the M25, then onto the M27 (westbound) and then the A31 followed by the A338. From Birmingham head to the M40 and then onto the A34 (southbound). Pick up the M3 followed by the M27 (westbound) and then the A31 followed by the A338. From Bristol follow the M4 (eastbound), then onto the A34 (south) and then the M3, followed by the M27 and then the A31 followed by the A338.
Coaches leave London every ½ hour taking approx 2½ hrs to arrive in Bournemouth.
Visit www.nationalexpress.com for coach times and ticket information.
Trains leave London from Waterloo every ½ hour taking approx 2 hrs to arrive in Bournemouth.
Visit www.southwesttrains.co.uk for train times and ticket information.
When arriving in Bournemouth by car, leave the A338 where sign posted, Town Centre East and East Cliff. Continue over the next roundabout keeping the Unisys building on the right. Knyveton Road is the first turning on the left and the Cransley is approximately a hundred metres down on the right hand side.
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the owner regarding availability.